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K G(s) + - Control & Automation MECH 431 MECH 431 Slide 1 Introduction
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K G(s) + - People • Lecturer: Dr. Daniel Asmar ( [email protected] ) Lab instructor Amer Keblawi ( [email protected] ) Nareg Karaoghlanian ( [email protected] ) Graduate assistants Roy AbouTayeh ( [email protected] ) Samir Shaker ( [email protected] ) MECH 431 Introduction Slide 2
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K G(s) + - Lectures & Labs Lectures: RCR Tuesdays and Thursdays (9:30-11:00), Tuesdays and Thursdays (11:00-12:30). Labs: SRB Monday (3:00-5:00) Tuesday (3:00-5:00) Wednesday (3:00-5:00) Thursday (3:00-5:00) Friday (3:00-5:00) MECH 431 Introduction Slide 3
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K G(s) + - General Information • Textbooks: K. Ogata, Modern Control Engineering, 4 th edition, Prentice Hall, 2002. • Prerequisites: EECE 210 Electric Circuits MECH 430 Instrumentation and Measurements MECH 431 Introduction Slide 4
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K G(s) + - Tentative Timetable MECH 431 Introduction Slide 5 Vacations Final day of classes
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K G(s) + - Topics • Introduction. Models of physical systems. State space representation. Mechanical and electrical systems. Linearization. System response analysis. Stability analysis. Root locus analysis and design. Frequency response analysis and design. Lead compensation, lag compensation, lag-lead compensation. MECH 431 Introduction Slide 6
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K G(s) + - Topics PID control systems, 2-D of freedom control systems. System identification. MECH 431 Introduction Slide 7
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K G(s) + - Grading MECH 431 Introduction Slide 8 Weight note Drop Quizzes 15% First 15 minutes Midterm 25% Closed-book Final exam 35% Closed-book Project 25% Detailed later Assignments 0% Practice
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K G(s) + - Introduction Chapter 1 MECH 431 Introduction Slide 9
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K G(s) + - MECH 431 Introduction Slide 10 What is Automatic Control?
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